Carnivora Llama Diet

Carnivora Llama Diet

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The canine and felines natural diet is whole prey animals and occasionally fruits and grasses. A whole prey carcass is low in carbohydrate and fat and high in animal protein, bulk, and roughage - not plant fiber, but less digestible parts, such as bone, cartilage, scales, fur, feather, skin, tendon, and teeth.

Muscle meat makes up the greatest portion of a whole animal carcass. Carnivores have evolved to also eat all of a prey animals organs and glands. These foods have variable content of protein, fats, vitamins and minerals, collectively they provide a remarkable range of nutrients. These nutritious foods serve numerous functions in your pets body, including muscle growth, tissue repair, enzymes, blood, immune functions, hormones, and energy.


Camelids, including llama, are not true ruminants. They have three instead of four stomach compartments. Llamas are raised for wool, meat and hides, and sometimes used for carrying loads. Recently, the nutritional relevance of llama meat has increased, because this kind of meat is an important source as a unique protein for both pet and human consumption. It is a very lean meat while still having a high protein content. Being a unique protein it is an excellent alternative for those pets with food sensitivities.

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